The Democratic National Committee voted on Saturday to change the party’s supderdelegate rules for its presidential nominations.
Tributes are pouring in from around the world for Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.), following the death of the Republican presidential candidate and war hero on Saturday.
A federal judge ruled on Thursday that a suit against Michigan’s requirement that foster parents keep their firearms locked away at all times could move forward.
Labor watchdogs are urging the Trump administration not to reappoint President Obama’s former National Labor Relations Board chairman to another five-year term.
Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in a Digital World is a gentle manifesto from Maryanne Wolf. At Tufts and UCLA and elsewhere, Wolf is a teacher and student of the reading brain, the miracle of neuroplasticity you are using right now, and Reader, Come Home is a celebration of books that have pages, and a declaration of careful revolt against acquiescence to the tyranny of screens, and while I, convinced by her writing, initially drafted by hand this little essay to you, you are reading this on a computer, or on your phone, or perhaps a tablet, and are wondering about now if this sentence will ever draw to a close, or if like Cicero’s colleagues in the Roman Senate you must really sit and wait in resignation for the syntactic labyrinth to unwind itself, until it arrives finally at a period.
When a newspaper closes, local governments in the area tend to borrow more, spend more, hire more workers and raise taxes, according to a study on the matter.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Senator John McCain, a former prisoner of war in Vietnam who ran unsuccessfully for president as a self-styled maverick Republican in 2008 and became a prominent critic of President Donald Trump, died on Saturday, his office said. He was 81.
Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.), a Vietnam war veteran and Republican presidential candidate passed away on Saturday at the age of 81.